Mac Mountain Lion Data Recovery

Perform Mac Mountain Lion file recovery in 4 steps using the easy-to-use data recovery tool - Remo Recover Mac. Use the free trial edition of the software and restore all lost data now.


Restore Data on Mac Mountain Lion


Mac Mountain Lion operating system - Mac OS X version 10.9 named Mountain Lion is one of the major and latest operating systems for Mac machines. Mac Mountain Lion brought in abundant of new features and performance enhancements to make usage of applications like iCloud easier. It is easier to maintain all data like media, document files and other information in one place as well as available across all Apple devices. Social media access too is a lot easier in this advanced installation of Mac.

Mac Mountain Lion Data Recovery:

If you’ve lost any data from your Mac volume while trying to upgrade your Mac OS X to version 10.9 Mountain Lion or due to any other reason, there’s nothing much to panic about, as with Remo Recover Mac you can reliably perform Mac Mountain Lion data recovery in order to undelete all data including data from emptied Trash as well as recover all other data that is missing from your Mac volume. Remo Recover is so powerful that you can effortlessly perform Mountain Lion data recovery Mac to recover data from formatted / partitioned /reformatted /repartitioned volumes. It recovers data from HFS and HFS+ based Mac volumes. On addition to that, you can employ Remo Recover to recover data from Mac Mountain Lion which is facing partitioning errors as a result of MBR corruptions on Mac 10.9 file systems.

Some highlights of Remo Recover that makes it one of the best tool to perform Mac Mountain Lion data recovery:

  • A highly secure and risk-free data recovery tool to retrieve data from Mac Mountain Lion
  • Rigorously scans the entire volume quickly in order to recover deleted, lost, or inaccessible data on Mac volume
  • Recognizes more that 300 file types to help you recover almost all types of data from any Mac volume
  • Supports data recovery on Mac volumes as well as external Hard Disk Drives
  • Perform Mac Mountain Lion data restore operation on the Mac volumes that fail to mount
  • Remo Recover is compatible with other version of Mac OS X like Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion and Mavericks


Important: Before beginning the data recovery process in your Mac, make sure you stop accessing the volume on which you intend to recover data.

Scenarios that can lead to data deletion on Mac computers:

  • Accidental deleting of files / folders or deleting files from Trash
  • Bugs in any program can corrupt or delete files relating to that application
  • Antivirus tool can delete any files or folders if it encounters any suspicious threats in those files / folders
  • Transferring files from one volume to another improperly can cause data deletions
  • Power disruptions, system crashes and other similar actions while accessing any data
  • Formatting the Mac volume due to any reason, with important files on that volume

 

Steps to Restore Data on Mac Mountain Lion using Remo Recover:

Step 1: Install and run Remo Recover for Mac on your computer and select the appropriate option.

Restore Data On Mac Mountain Lion - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Further select the appropriate recovery option as shown in the screenshot.

Mountain Lion Data Recovery Mac - Select Volume Recovery

Figure 2: Select Desired Option

Step 3: After that, select the Volume from where you wish to undelete data and click “Next” button to begin scanning process.

Mac Mountain Lion Data Restore - Select Volume

Figure 3: Select Volume

Step 4: Once scanning process is done you can view the list of recovered items in two types of views which are “File Type View” and “Data View”.

Recover Data From Mac Mountain Lion - Recovered Deleted Data

Figure 4: Recovered Deleted Data

Step 5: Finally save recovery session to avoid rescanning of the volume in future.

Retrieve Data From Mac Mountain Lion - Save Recovery Session

Figure 5: Save Recovery Session

 

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